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, for energy. how about an oil-rich country like iran need that kind of energy? >> greg: he tried to contact dimi but he is not on yahoo. what can we do? what does america do? i say the nuclear option. send iran another videotape message from obama. i know! it's extreme. but it's the only kind of message they understand. >> remember when president obama said he would sit down with him, bob? remember that? i'll sit down, we eke talk, we'll chat. how has that worked out? >> bob: i want to point out that netanyahu has tried to get the allies, israel allies around the world to underscore this red line. not one of them has come forward. the reason they haven't and the reason he is going public now, he is under political pressure back home from the party and the religious parties. they want to get their allies out in front of the red line. the red line is dangerous. while, by the way, the sanctions are working and crippling tehran -- iran. >> andrea: but crippling them economically. we have seen a decline in their oil and four rounds of sanctions. but it hasn't slowed down the weapons process. >>
them. [laughter] >> but you mentioned oil and natural gas. >> yeah, let's take energy, let's just take the energy sector because it's an example where you already have ferc, and it has its regulatory authorities, some of which already touch on cyber. so when we do a deep dive, we're looking at, well, what's already happening in that particular sector. do the -- >> and do you look at, too, if it's any good? >> absolutely. have we actually done what we need to do -- >> yeah. >> -- to make sure the sector is as secure as possible. >> um, and do you think that this -- first of all, i want to qualify, is it going to be a new executive order or an expansion on directives that have already been put into place? >> again, i don't want to go into too much detail here, but i would say it is in the format of a new order. >> okay, okay. and are you still hopeful about legislation in the long term too? >> i think we have to. as i said, the executive can only do so much. legislation does need to be addressed. i think one of the benefits of the debate in congress this past spring and summer was, i mea
places where we could be focusing our energies. there are ways to prevent dropouts. we know what those are and those ways actually improve the quality of education and in the quality of instruction. it's not about the outside requirement. it's not about time requirements. it's about actually -- actual learning and instruction inside of schools. it's a problem we are solving that there are specific pathways they think to solve this. we should establish an early indicator early intervention system and we should tackle chronic absenteeism which is very related. wise and chronic absenteeism a performance measure for school? what only track that? if we did we would know, we would be able to individualize and personalize the structured support for the kids are needed and then they would not drop out. we can design alternative pathways to graduation and in relationship to what terry was saying there are a lot of different ways the kids are approaching learning particularly at that age. were in a place in a and a time now for technology and blended learning where we can provide education in a
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